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Mail delays, the election and the future of the US Postal...

Jena Martin, West Virginia University and Matthew Titolo, West Virginia University Editor’s note: The U.S. Postal Service implemented operational changes earlier this year that led...

What the CDC eviction ban means for tenants and landlords: 6...

Katy Ramsey Mason, University of Memphis Editor’s note: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued an order on Sept. 1 banning evictions of people...

National Guard joins the coronavirus response – 3 questions answered

Dwight Stirling, University of Southern California As a military organization divided into 50 distinct parts that can be commanded by either the president or state...

What to expect as colleges and universities move classes online amid...

Vanessa Dennen, Florida State University Rising concerns about the spread of the new coronavirus have led a growing number of colleges and universities to cancel...

Vodka won’t protect you from coronavirus, and 4 other things to...

Jeffrey Gardner, University of Maryland, Baltimore County Editor’s note: As concern about coronavirus grows, hand sanitizer is in high demand. Biologist Jeffrey Gardner explains why...

Violence and other forms of abuse against teachers: 5 questions answered

Eric M. Anderman, The Ohio State University; Dorothy Espelage, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Linda A. Reddy, Rutgers University; Ron Avi Astor,...

How rich people like Gordon Sondland buy their way to being...

Dennis Jett, Pennsylvania State University In every other developed democratic country, the role of ambassador, with only very rare exceptions, is given to career diplomats...

Will the NCAA’s move to let college athletes get paid endorsements...

Jasmine Harris, Ursinus College Editor’s note: The NCAA moved on Oct. 29 to allow student-athletes to profit from their image and likeness – something the...

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